Hydraulic Submersible Pump - Dynaset HSP
Dynaset HSP Hydraulic Submersible Pump converts the hydraulic power of a mobile machine into high volume pumping power. HSP produces from 800 l/min up to 20 000 l/min water flow depending on the model. Compact size, rugged and durable design enable the HSP to pump even mud or water containing solid substance such as rocks.
The lightweight and compact size make it a great attachment for mobile machines such as excavators, tractors and service vehicles. This also makes it easy to move at the work sites. The HSP only requires the hydraulic connection of pressure and return line connection to work.
The HSP Hydraulic Submersible Pump produces a high volume water pumping power using the power from the base machine’s hydraulic system. This hydraulically driven slurry pump’s Hardox impeller creates a powerful pumping action. The impeller is designed to withstand solid substances in the pumped water.
HSP Hydraulic Submersible Pump has a high efficiency and a better power to size ratio compared to traditional electric pumps. Having it on a base machine increases its productivity and net worth. The HSP is compact, much smaller than traditional electric pumps seen in work sites but also much more powerful. Draining excavations can be done much faster with its high volume output. A trouble free pump which can handle mud, rocks and other substances without clogging, and can even run dry.
The Dynaset HSP Hydraulic Submersible Pump is eco-friendly. The HSP operates with a hydraulic motor instead of a large electric motor which is commonly used in traditional submersible pumps. HSP does not require any electricity or any additional fuel. Thanks to the clean technology of hydraulics there are less emissions and natural resources consuming equipment at worksites. The rugged design and low maintenance structure make the product long lasting with no wear parts.
The Dynaset HSP can be operated from the hydraulic connection on a variety of carrier machinery including excavators, compact loaders, tractors, service vehicles, boats, fire engine, rescue vehicles, municipal vehicles, street cleaning machinery, sewage maintenance vehicles and mining machinery.